The publicity material for "Greyhound Therapy" by JR Conway says that there is a law-enforcement practice called "Greyhound Therapy" - dumping undesirables into neighboring countries.
There is a practice sometimes used by under-funded law enforcement departments and medical facilities where troublemakers or unwanted people with mental illnesses are put on a bus out of town to become someone else's problem. This practice can go on for extended periods of time, the same people repeatedly getting kicked out of one county and into another.
This novel follows a county sheriff with a jurisdiction along an interstate, which like an artery is pumping criminals and mentally ill strangers into his community.
I found this short story is very timely, in that, it deals with the problems that America is now facing on a daily basis and that is, the problem of aliens slipping across the borders to take up residence in these United States.
The story tells of the trials and tribulation that Sheriff Craig Spence faces on a daily basis and how the Sheriff's Department in a small town in Wyoming, deals with the inhabitants, the drug problems and just trying to live in a very unbalanced world.
Would I recommend this book to others? YES!
JR Conway is a retired military helicopter pilot with law enforcement experience spanning 10 years and 20 more years as a private investigator. He owned a security company that augmented a law enforcement agency and provided law enforcement services for government instillations. He now works as a program manager who helps teach businesses how to do business with governments at El Paso Community Collage in Texas.
By JR Conway
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